Community Sponsorships & Partnerships
WorleyParsons is proud to be the Cast Partner to Western Australia’s premiere theatre company for 2012.
Black Swan presents a broad ranging program including the creation of new work, contemporary international works and reinterpretations of classic plays that reflects life in Western Australia.
Black Swan has also created a new commissioning program to invest into Western Australia’s creative future and showcase Western Australian stories. The Company also runs a professional development program for emerging Western Australian artists.
As the resident theatre company in the new State Theatre Centre of Western Australia,Black Swan aims to produce theatre of exceptional quality that celebrates life, while entertaining and enriching the hearts and minds of all Australians.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia Western Operations (RFDS) is a not for profit organisation that provides emergency aeromedical patient transfers and essential health services to people living, working and travelling throughout Western Australia and in Australia’s Indian Ocean Territories. The RFDS has been in operation in Western Australia since 1935.
The RFDS operates from 5 bases in Western Australia – Jandakot, Kalgoorlie, Meekatharra, Port Hedland and Derby. Each base is staffed with five full-time pilots, three doctors and five nurses and provides a 24-hour, seven day a week emergency response as part of a state-wide system.
RFDS aircraft fly over 4.4 million kilometres in WA each year utilising a fleet of 11 aircraft rotated among the five bases. The service operates 365 days a year and evacuates more than 5200 patients with injury and illness from across the State every year.
In conjunction with Oakajee Port and Rail, WorleyParsons is pleased to sponsor this annual art exhibition that showcases contemporary and traditional works by Indigenousartists from the Mid West region of Western Australia.
The initiative provides direct support to Aboriginal communities in the region and makes a significant difference to the lives of the artists.
Proceeds from the sale of the artwork provides a financial boost to Aboriginal people in the regional and remote communities in the Mid West and helps to create a long term future for the artists.
For the past 24 years Scitech has developed a reputation as Western Australia’s prominent science and technology engagement and education organisation.
Scitech’s mission is to “increase awareness, interest, capability and participation by all Western Australians in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.”
Science education is a fundamental pillar of sustainable development and underpins all our efforts for enduring prosperity, environmental sustainability and economic growth.
WorleyParsons is proud to be a Supporting Member of Scitech and encouraging their initiatives to inspire Western Australians to explore their world and to discover that science and technology can be both understandable and enjoyable.
WorleyParsons is a strong supporter of Engineering Without Borders Australia (EWB) and has been working with EWB on numerous humanitarian related projects locally in Australia and overseas in developing countries.
EWB is a member-based not-for-profit organization with 10 years’ experience in creating systemic change through humanitarian engineering. EWB does this by working in partnership to address a lack of access to basic human needs such as clean water, sanitation and hygiene, energy, basic infrastructure, waste systems, information communication technology and engineering education.
EWB is also involve in educating and training Australian students, engineers and the winder community on issues including sustainable development, appropriate technology, poverty and the power of humanitarian engineering.